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Students Discuss Archives Research as Part of Panel

September 21, 2015
Communications Staff
Professor of History Carol Lasser works with junior history major Natalia Shevin
Photo credit: John Seyfried

Professor of History Carol Lasser works with junior history major Natalia Shevin in the Goodrich Reading Room located on the fourth floor of the library. Shevin and fellow history majors Joanna Wiley and Rebecca Debus spent their summers researching first-wave feminism at Oberlin. The students discussed their work as part of a panel at the annual meeting of the Society of American Archivists, which took place August 16-22 in Cleveland, Ohio. They were the only undergraduate students to present at the meeting.

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